Purdue University students placed second in the 2018 Forage Bowl Competition held at the American Forage and Grasslands Council annual conference. Pictured are (L to R) Agronomy Graduate Student Coach Brooke Stefancik, Riley Lewis, Jason Perkins, Sam Shaver, Madison Boston, and Faculty Coach Keith Johnson.

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Award Winners
Each year, the Indiana Forage Council recognizes exemplary members with the Outstanding Producer Award and the Maurice E. Heath Award.

The Outstanding Producer Award recognizes a producer who excels in the production and utilization of forages on his or her farm. Previously, this award has been known as the Recognition Award and the Dave and Helen Forgey Award.

The Maurice E. Heath Award was established upon Mr. Heath’s retirement from Purdue University. He was a strong advocate for soil conservation and forage research and education. The recipients of this award are recognized for their contributions to soil conservation and/or forage research and educational endeavors.

At the 2018 Indiana Forage Council Annual Meeting held at Brown County State Park, Clay Nuhring received the Outstanding Producer Award, and David Nuhring and Keith Johnson received the Maurice E. Heath Award.

Past Award Winners